6 posts tagged with "horse-racing"
Horse Racing is in His DNA
In some ways, Eugene Trotter “E.T.” Joyce’s background seems incompatible with his Wyoming cowboy persona and a 30-year career in Wyoming’s horse racing industry. Born in Manhattan, New York — which he jokingly refers to as “a little island just east of here” — his family, including a dozen brothers and sisters, moved to the Chicago area in the 1970s.
A Perfect Foundation - Jeff Adams built his breeding operation from the bottom side
A full-page Appaloosa Journal ad provided the push that Jeff Adams needed to get back into Appaloosa racing in the early 2000s: Wagon Wheel Ranch in Utah was dispersing its herd.
Industry newcomer Lee Jenkins sets his sights on success
Lee Jenkins isn’t one to sit around waiting for opportunity to fall into his lap. Instead, he sets short-term, achievable goals and then goes about fulfilling them.
Beduino, The Mystery Horse From Mexico
Five years ago, a big gray Thoroughbred stallion arrived at the Vessels Ranch from deep in the heart of Mexico. He was big – muscular for a Thoroughbred – but well-balanced fore and aft. He stood with a commanding presence, a calm, almost arrogant air. His name was Beduino and probably because he was a mystery horse from Mexico, rumors began to fly around the Los Alamitos Race Track stable area that this was an unbeatable horse.
Dash For Cash and the Crossover Effect
Whether it's in race results, a pedigree, or some other print or electronic race media, the name Dash For Cash signifies an elite position in Quarter Horse racing. Dash For Cash, a two-time AQHA Racing World Champion and all-time leading sire, holds that elite position. His name runs deep in our runners today as a modern foundation sire of the racing American Quarter Horse. Dash For Cash is like many of our racing stallions in that he has had an impact as a crossover.
Cannabis Use in Horses
Pet owners and horsemen are using multiple products in a fast-growing market—for pain relief, calming and various medical conditions. Efficacy and safety of some of these products is questionable, however, because there has been very little research.